CAIA Level I Live Online Course
The Level I live online class begins on 28 November 2022 and runs until 23 February 2023. It will be given on weekday evenings from 18.30 to 21.15 hrs. CET. The course allows participants to attend from home (saving travel time and expense) but still offers plenty of opportunity to interact with the lecturer. The class size is limited to a maximum of 12 participants. Classes will be held according to a defined schedule. The 4 hours computer-based Level I exam can be taken in the period from 6 to 17 March 2023.
The online course is structured in accordance with the Learning Objectives (LOs). The live online sessions offer comprehensive and detailed coverage of the exam material and help candidates to strengthen their understanding of difficult concepts.
To attend the live online classes participants use their own desktop computer or notebook, have internet access, and use possibly a headset with microphone in order to be able to interact with the lecturer. The classes will be recorded (MP4 podcasts) allowing course participants to revisit all explanations and to make up for any missed classes.
This online program offers candidates both flexibility and a structured approach to their exam preparation. The online course offers the following features: 1) 39 lessons of live teaching given by experienced lecturers. 2) Downloadable handouts which contain all the Learning Objectives (LOs), corresponding concepts, and exam-type questions. The handouts are a summary of the CAIA curriculum and can be used as a supplement to the Curriculum Books. 3) Computer-based trial exam. 4) Online access to the recorded classes. 5) Online forum to exchange questions with lecturers.
Course guarantee: Students who do not pass the exam after attending our CAIA level I live online course can re-enroll for the next CAIA level I live online course at a substantial discount of 70%. This course guarantee reflects our commitment to the success of our students at the CAIA exams.
The course fee amounts to CHF 1,450.-. This includes thirteen evenings of live teaching, CfBS handouts (summary of CAIA curriculum), computer-based trial exam, online access to the recorded classes, and online helpdesk.